- Oprah is being sued for $1 trillion. That is one trillion dollars. Here's the deal:
Ugh! On last night's NYC Prep, overachiever Camille took a trip to Boston with some friends to tour her dream school Harvard. Her tour guide—an alum/faculty member—was beyond obnoxious, and, as Kelly said, "had a weird voice."
On last night's episode, Sebastian — the resident "player" — went on a date with an older woman (a senior), whom he tried to impress with his bullshit story that he's French. The only problem was that she speaks French.
- "I'm not a designer," says Emma Watson. "If someone asked me to do something that was beneficial to a cause, then maybe I'd consider it, but not just ‘Look at me! I've got my own line!'" And as for perfume:
Last's night's episode was painful to watch. Not because PC is a douchebag, but because Bravo's "this kid is so gay" editing makes you feel bad for a teen who is forced to have his sexuality questioned before he's ready.
The world of New York City's wealthy is insular and intensely private, which is the appeal of NYC Prep, but also the reason the show is not a reliable portrayal of the city's private school students and their lifestyle.
NYC Prep's PC is supposed to be a real-life Gossip Girl character, but he's more like a real-life Bret Easton Ellis novel character: Rich, arrogant, and confused. On last night's episode, he invited the cameras into his therapy session.
Many weeks, we come across stupid stuff on TV that might fall through the cracks. In Mixed Bag, we collect those odds and ends, for a multimedia compilation of pop culture crap.
Last night saw the premiere of Bravo's new reality show NYC Prep, about a bunch of wealthy Manhattan teens concerned with social status and pretending their best friend isn't gay. In the clip at left, we compile their musings.